— Jordan Ritchie of I&Y Construction, New Enterprise, Pa., checks an electrical panel after a metal support pole was placed on its base at the Hot Stove Baseball Complex in Cumberland. The company put up eight light poles at the sports facility. The company has installed Musco Sports Lighting at numerous stadiums and fields throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, New York and Washington, D.C. Holes were drilled 16 feet deep and were 30 inches in diameter. Below: The fixtures are ready to be erected by Tim Morgan of Morgan’s Crane Service, Cresaptown.
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Cemetery group renews funding request
A local cemetery organization revived a request for funding from marriage license fees at Thursday’s Allegany County Commission meeting. Backing the request were Del. LeRoy Myers Jr. and the Rev. Alfred Dees of the Metropolitan A.M.E Church.
Airport Authority to put Md. meeting act in bylaws
The Potomac Highlands Airport Authority voted 6-1 on Thursday to add the Maryland Open Meeting Act into their bylaws.
Project AIM discussed at teen pregnancy conference
Attendees at the recent National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Conference in Washington learned about how to maintain a successful project from Sharon Cihlar, sustainability coordinator for the Cumberland YMCA Project AIM.
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Keyser City Council working hard to fight blight
The Keyser City Council is working hard to fight blight within the city and is issuing warnings.
“We are not ignoring what we are hearing of the blighted property complaints. We are starting to get into it pretty heavily again,” said Mayor Randy Amtower during the council meeting Wednesday.
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